A Diary of a Wildlife Photographer

A Diary of a Wildlife Photographer

Tue 17 November 2020 19:00-20:30

Blackboard Collaborate

Jack Perks is an author and award winning wildlife photographer, particularly specialising in underwater photography.  He previously studied in Falmouth, Cornwall for a degree in BA (Hons) Marine & Natural History Photography, moving on to volunteering for a range of conservation organisations, running short courses in wildlife photography at Nottingham Trent University, and part-time lecturing for the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging at the University of Nottingham. Jack has also worked freelance for the BBC, including Springwatch, and presents a light-hearted podcast titled "The Bearded Tit".  Jack's written publications include writing for BBC Wildife and Outdoor Photography magazines, as well as having published two books, including "Field Guide to Pond & River Wildlife of Britain & Europe".  You can find out more about Jack here.

The Wildlife and Environment Society and the Photography Society are pleased to jointly invite you to join Jack for his Diary of a WIldlife Photographer Webinar, as part of this semester's virtual society events!  Following Jack's presentation you will have the opportunity to ask questions.

The link to the event, which will take place on Blackboard Collaborate, will be sent out to members via email prior [the Photography Society may make other arrangements for sending the link to members, please check with them beforehand if you are a member].  If you are not a member but are thinking of joining the Wildlife and Environment Society and would like to try out this event for free, please contact us via our social media accounts, Discord server or email, and we will make sure you are sent the link to attend.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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